13 numbers are comprised of six digits in total, the 2 digit prefix (13) and the four digit suffix. e.g.: 13 CABS. THE 13 number range is typically used by larger national companies. Your customers can call your 13 number from any landline in Australia for the cost of a local call. All 13 numbers attract an annual government tax. Click here to view the 13 features.
1300 numbers are comprised of ten digits in total, the four digit prefix (1300) and the six digit suffix. The suffix can have up to an additional 4 digits. This type of service allows your customer to call you from a fixed line telephone anywhere in Australia for the cost of a local call. The example to the right (1300 FLOWERS) has an additional digit (Overdial). Click here to view the 1300 features. 1300 FLOWERS
1800 REVERSE 1800 numbers are comprised of ten digits in total, the four digit prefix (1800) and the six digit suffix. The suffix can have up to an additional 4 digits. This type of service allows your customer to call you from a fixed line telephone anywhere in Australia for free. The example to the left (1800 REVERSE) has an additional digit (Overdial). Click here to view the 1800 features.